jambe

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jambe

  1. (poetry) iamb

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French jambe < Late Latin gamba, from Ancient Greek κάμπη (kámpē), from Proto-Indo-European *kamp- (to bend; crooked).

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Noun[edit]

jambe f (plural jambes)

  1. leg
    Il marche sur ses deux jambes. - He walks with his two legs.

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Old French[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin gamba, from Ancient Greek κάμπη (kámpē).

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Noun[edit]

jambe f (oblique plural jambes, nominative singular jambe, nominative plural jambes)

  1. leg

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